A couple of things that you want to keep in
mind as you’re preparing the machine for use. One, is you want to make sure that it is on
a flat surface and as you can see here on the bottom there’s four kind of like suction
cup types of attachments that help it to stay flat, you want to surface to be stable. You
want to make sure that the cord is not near any kind of a heat source. You also want to
make sure that you can see that there is vents all throughout the machine, you want to make
sure that you have at least 4 inches of clearance from other types of objects because they need
to be able to breath to work properly. If you don’t have that the machine can possibly
overheat. You want to make sure that the machine does not get near water especially you know
if it would to be immersed in water it could destroy the machine. So keep it clear from
water and you also want to make sure that any parts that are starting to go bad or need
to be replaced, make sure you use the parts that are recommended by the manufacturer.
I have the book right here from my particular nebulizer and as you can see right here there
are specific types of replacement parts they do want you to use. If you don’t use those
parts, then there’s a possibility that your warranty may not be good anymore. You also
want to be cautious of the temperature in the room when you’re using the nebulizer.
You want it to be between 50 degrees and 104 degrees Fahrenheit. If you get that much out
of those rooms, it may not be working properly.